Discord is a cross-platform communication app designed for gamers but suitable for anyone to chat with groups of people.
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Discord + Google SheetsCreate rows in Google Sheets for new Discord messages in a channel. Read More...
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Gmail + DiscordSend a Discord channel message for every new email on Gmail [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
Do you want to keep your Discord channel members updated on every new email in Gmail? This Appy Pie Connect integration can automate the entire process for you. Once this integration is up and running, Appy Pie Connect will automatically send the new emails you receive on Gmail as a Discord channel message. This integration will help you keep all your channel members on the same page and prevent miscommunication or issues with collaboration.
Note: To use this integration you must have a Business Gmail account.
Gmail + DiscordSend Discord channel messages for new Gmail emails matching specified criteria [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
Don't waste your time copying the body of an email and manually transferring it to another tool. Appy Pie Connect will automatically do it for you. Just set this Gmail-Discord integration, and we will automatically send Gmail emails matching your search terms as Discord channel messages, keeping everyone in your team in the loop. Use this connect and automatically create and send Discord message for Gmail emails for your choice.
Note: To use this integration you must have a Business Gmail account.
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Triggers when a new message is posted to a specific text channel.
Triggers when a new user joins the Discord Server.
New File Within Cloud Storage
assign a role to a user
Create a new channel to a specific #category you choose.
Remove a chosen role from the specified user.
Rename a channel to a specific name you choose.
Post a new message to a specific #channel you choose.
Upload File in Cloud Storage
Step 3. Find relevant information from the sources.
The next step in writing an article is to find relevant information from the sources. As you read through the sources and take notes, you will see the structure of your article taking shape. For example, you may find a paragraph that answers some of your topic sentences. Or you may discover a sentence or phrase that answers a question you had. If you have trouble finding relevant information, go back and reread your sources. Also, try to distinguish between fact and opinion by checking sources for author’s comments or opinions.
Use this step to rewrite any notes with key information into the outline. For example, if you are writing about Google Docs, you might start with the notes “Google Docs is a free word processing program” and “Google Docs is free and available on all devices”. Once you have found the paragraph that says Google Docs is free and available on all devices, you can rewrite it into the outline and use it as support for your topic sentences. You should also note down any ideas for supporting details in the outline.
Create a working outline:
Step 4. Write out the thesis statement.
The next step in writing an article is to write out the thesis statement. This statement has to be short and clear so that readers can understand your writing easily. The best way to write a good thesis statement is to first write it out in full sentences, then break it into parts, and finally rephrase it to make it as concise as possible. An additional tip is to think about how you would answer the question in an interview if someone asked you what you were writing about. A good thesis statement will fit this format. It will have three parts; 1. state who or what is being discussed (the subject), 2. say what the article will discuss (the topic), and 3. briefly describe your argument (the main idea. You do not need to do all three parts if they are not relevant to your article. You can also include more than one thesis statement if it helps. For example, if you are writing about Google Docs, your thesis statements could be “Google Docs is a good word processing program because it can be accessed from anywhere” or “Google Docs is a good word processing program because it is free”. If one topic does not work, move on to another topic and try again. You will get better at it over time. Once you have chosen a thesis, start writing your introduction with that thesis. When you have completed your introduction, go back and add the thesis statement into the outline where it should be placed. It may help to write down the thesis in each of the different sections of the outline, like so:
Introduction. In this article I will discuss… Thesis Statement 1. Discord? Thesis Statement 2. Firebase Cloud Storage?
Step 5. Add the supporting details into your outline.
The next step in writing an article is to add in the supporting details into your outline. When you are adding these supporting details, keep in mind that there should be enough detail to support your main idea but not so much detail that readers get bored or confused. There are several ways to make sure that your supporting details are appropriate for your article by using specific words, phrases, examples, statistics, or quotes from a source which will interest the reader in what you are saying. These different elements add credibility to your article because they show that you did not just make up what you were saying yourself; instead you looked through sources to find real information to support what you were saying. Each of these elements can also be used to make sure that your article has a logical flow by connecting your paragraphs together so that they build off of one another and they provide evidence for each other. Use this step to rewrite any notes with key information into the outline and use them as supporting details for your topic sentences or thesis statement. If there is no relevant information in the sources that directly answers your topic sentences or thesis statement, create a new paragraph with some specific details that relate to those topics. Add these paragraphs into the outline at the appropriate place under the appropriate topic sentence or thesis statement. When writing a supporting detail paragraph, begin with a topic sentence that clearly expresses what point you are making with that paragraph. Then add in specific examples or evidence that support this idea. Repeat this process until you have enough supporting details for your article. You may have too many points if you notice that you run out of room before finishing a section of your article. Instead of adding more details, consider narrowing down the points that you choose to focus on. If there are still too many points, combine some of them together or cut one out entirely. If you do not have enough points for a section, look for some more information from the sources that support one of your current points or explain why one of them does not work for your article. For example if you are writing about Google Docs and want to give more examples of why it is free, look up how Google Docs makes money and add that information into your article with specific details about how Google earns money from Google Docs users. If there is not enough information about how Google earns money from Google Docs users, use another example such as how Google earns money from advertisers who purchase ads on YouTube videos which can be played alongside videos on YouTube or how Google earns money from Android device users because Android device users can download apps from Google Play which earn money for Google because developers pay Google when users download their apps from Google Play.
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